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Thursday, May 30, 2013 N/Warren Town and County News Page Seven CITY SURVEY Concluded from p. 1 block sidewalk/trail? Please be as block section specific as possible. Comment: 4. LONG DISTANCE: Casey s GeneralStresI 1 to Accept Donations for Tornado Victims at All Locations The "American Red tist convention kitchens Cross serving Greater and kitchen support trail- . Observing 40 Years Iowa announces a gener- ers will join the relief effort While using the system of ous donation program at sidewalks/trails in all Casey's General Stores. Norwalk, what specific Customers will have the areas have you noticed opportunity to give to the could be improved by Red Cross at all Casey's adding over 10 blocks of locations across the Mid- sidewalk/trail? Please be west. as block section specific as "We are so touched by possible, the generosity of our part- Comment: ners at C asey's General 5. Improvements are Stores," said Leslie planned later this year to Schaffer, Regional CEO of the trail along Highway the American Red Cross. 28 (Sunset Drive) replac- "Every dollar is needed, as ing the panels that have thousands of people in fallen into disrepair. In Oklahoma are struggling addition, Norwalk just to recover." recently put into place a The American Red plan for sidewalk inspec- Cross is working around tions to replace/repair al- the clock to help people in ready existing sidewalks. Oklahoma after the May If you know of any area 20 devastating tornadoes sidewalks in town in with shelters, food, water need of repair, please note and supplies. those locationsbelow. The Red Cross de- Comment: ployed almost 30 emer- 6. Please share any ad- gency response vehicles to ditional comments below distribute food and relief as staff works to create a - supplies and more are on Connectivity Plan. alert. Two Southern Bap- Comment: OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Probate THE IOWA DISTRICT COURT FOR WARREN COUNTY In the matter of Probate No. ESPR 20147 the Estate of Notice of Appointment Marcia Louise Faber, of Administrator "Deceased. and Notice to Creditors To All Persons Interested in the Estate "of Marcia Louise Faber, Deceased, who died on or about March 18, 2013, You are hereby notified that on the 13th day of May, 2013, the undersigned was appointed administrator of the estate. Notice Is hereby given that all persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against the estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so liled by the later to occur of four months from the second publication of this notice or one m~nth from the date of the mailing of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) a claim is thereafter forever barred. Dated the 15th day of May, 2013. Renee Fltzhugh Administrator of the Estate 410 N. Jackson Truro, IA 50257 John S. Harding Attomey for the Administrator 1217 Army Post Road Des Motnes, I& 50315 Date of second publication 6th day of June, 2013. Form 653A Misceltanmxm (teasel 1999) trustees with the ability to serve tens of thousands of.meals a day. Emergency aid stations will open where people can get food and snacks, mental health and health services and informatiorl about what help is avail- able. The Red Cross is sup- porting first responders and working with local and state officials to make sure people get the help- they need. Meanwhile, the Red Cross continues to provide shelter in Shawnee and other parts of the Oklahoma City area, as well as in Texas follow- ing storms over the week- end. The Red Cross is able to respond quickly when emergencies like this hap- pen with the help of cor- porations like Casey's General Stores. HOW TO HELP: If someone would like to help people affected by these disasters, they can make a donation today to support American Red Cross Disaster Relief by visiting www.redcross. org, calling 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767) or texting the word REDCROSS to 90999 to make a $10 donation. The American Red Cross shelters, feeds and provides emotional sup- port to victhns of disasters; supplies about 40 percent of the nation's blood; teaches skills that save lives; provides interna- tional humanitarian aid; and supports military members and their fami- lies. The Red Cross is a not- for-profit organization that depends on volun- teers and the generosity of the American public to perform its mission. For more information, visit redcross.org or join our blog at http://blog. redcross.org, OFFICIAL PUBLICATION NOTICE OF pUl~blC H~&RING - AMENDMENT OF CURRENT BUDGET lepta Depar~ent of Management o~. I.~kawood Benefited Recrsa~nal Lake Dis~ct. (8oar~ (Mmicipar~ty) Of __.Warran County, I~,~a will nare~ at: __ Lakewood Office, 87.00 Sunset Ddve, Nec~i~lk, IA. on (~=e of Meem~) June 13 2013._, at 5:30 P. rn. for the purpose of amending the currant Lakewoud Banefi(ed ResreatJona[ Lake District.__ (Dam} (HQur) (Wni~ip~Qly) ioudgel for the fiscal year ending June 30, 20_13...= by increasing expenditures in Ihe ~lowi~ funds: Pictured: Ben and Carolyn Kern and their daughter, Jennie, at the Century Farm where they live on the site where John Kern farmed. Photo submitted. The following article was taken from the May 2013 issue of the Warren County Historical Society newsletter. "From the Front Lines: Norwalk Civil War solider John Kern, Ben Kern's great-great-grandfather, provided detailed ac- counts of the Civil War. He was a major in Company H of the 34th Iowa Volun- tary Regiment. He kept a diary from June 1863 through November 1864. This diary contains troop movements, weather con- ditions and soldiers' pay. "June 19, 1863 - We are on picket guard (Co. H) Were on all night. Had no loss. We could see the En- emy making preparations for our attack. "June 21, 1863 - Had a busy day - brisk firing all day. Some narrow escapes but none hurt. Were fired on dueing the night. "Kern writes that in late June many of the men were getting sick and the company was allowed a few days to rest. On June 29, he was recommended for the rank of major. "July 3- 5,1863 - Desert- ers came in frequently. In the evening, a truce was hoisted and terms of ca- pitulation are being nego- tiated. We anticipate a glo- rious 4th .... Glorious day. Vicksburg surrendered. Praise God & take cour- age. "In early August, Kern himself writes that he was suffering from "ague" (malaria). Those with it suffered from fever and shakes. By Aug. 10, he writes that he received his commission as major. "Sept. 3, 1864 - while stationed in Fort Morgan, Ala - There seems tobe no very cheering war news. Reasons for increases: _____Gane~ -- Fund from $_67,900.__ to $ 90,000 Fund from $ to Fund from $ _to$. __Expenditures of FEMA grant funds awarded after the original budget wa~ approved The increase in expsoditures set out above will be met from Increased receipts and/or cash balances not budgeted Or considered in the current budget There will be no increase in taxes to be paid in the fiscal ye~" ending June 30, 20_13 Any residents or taxpayers will be heard for or against the pc'opeaed amendment at Ihe time and I~ace specif~id above. A tier, ailed slatement of: ad~lleaal tempts (other than taxes), ~sh balances ~1 hand at the dose of the preceding ltscal year, and proposed cli~u~ll6~st, ~ a~ an)IIdpated, will be am'ailable = the healing. Rick Hardy, Sesmlaty (Clerk, S~cretary) How long O'God will this murderous war continue? "In November he writes about election day and not voting, figuring that Lin- coln will be overwhelm- ingly re-elected anyway. By mid-month, his belief had turned negative: 'I do not feel hopeful & buoy- ant. I am sorry that my confidence in Grant is so tittle & Lincoln seems to be a failure. He has managed to divide the North & he has worked more for po- litical success than for res- toration of the Union. God save tls!' "John Kern served in the Civil War from August 1962 [mis-prjnt, should be 1862] until he was dis- charged on Nov. 25, 1864. He returned to Norwalk to farm the site where Ben Kern lives with his family today. John Kem's sword survived a Christmas Eve fire in 1927 that burned down the house on the Kern farm. The case and part of the handle were burned in the fire, but the sword was recovered from the ashes." ) Bike Safety Winners The Norwalk Police Department and Norwalk Fire Department, along with the Norwalk Parks and Rec co-sponsored a Bike Safety Day. Participants had their bikes inspected, rode a safety course and listened to a guest speaker on safety. Each participant was given a free t-shirt along with a new helmet and was eligible for a drawing that was held. This year's winners of the bikes were- Anna Lundberg, Matthew Palen, Kolten Hill and Liana Davis. The pool pass win- ners were David Manson and Madison Smith. Additional helmets left over from the event are free to those who need them. Stop at the Parks and Rec office to obtain one. What may be that the oldest musical instru- ment was found in a cave, a Neanderthal Site in Slovenia. The instru- ment is the 43,000-year- old femur of a bear that has two evenly spaced holes. 5921 SE 14th Street, Suite 1800 Des Moines, Iowa ~ 515-287-1500 Tuesday-Friday - 9am to 8pm Saturday - 9am to 5pm Sunday - llam to 5pm Walk-ins Welcome